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image The Hanging Noose And Fighting Racist Terrorism On The Job At SF Recology 120_ucsf_noose.jpg original image ( 150x200) - by Labor Video Project
Daryle Washingon who is a member of IBT 350 at Recology Company in San Francisco was retaliated against for protesting against a hanging noose on the job and other racist incidents at the company.
Posted: Thu Jul 2, 2015 3:09PM
text A Link between White Surpemacists, Human Trafficking and a Series of Unsolved Murders - by the revolution will not be gentrified
This is an long but worthwhile article that specifies the link between white supremacist hate groups in the United States, human trafficking and a series of unsolved murders. I hope someone uses this information usefully. I hope this shuts these morons up for good. We all deserve to live in peace without any white supremacists causing any more problems for anyone.
Posted: Wed Jul 1, 2015 12:21AM
calendar U.S. Department of Justice’s COPS Office to meet with Salinas community to discuss SPD salinas_community_to_discuss_salinas_police_department.pdf_140_.jpg original image ( x) - by
Sherwood Hall, 940 North Main Street, Salinas, CA 93906
Event Date:Tue Jun 30, 2015 6:00PM
Posted: Mon Jun 29, 2015 11:24PM
text Statement Read by Lori Nixon at the Highway Six Sentencing Hearing - by via Lori Nixon
Today, five of the six UCSC students charged with blocking Highway 17 in Santa Cruz to protest tuition increases at the University of California, and the connection to police brutality, were each sentenced to 30 days in jail by Judge Denine Guy. In May, all six students pleaded no contest to two misdemeanor counts each after requesting an indicated sentence from Judge Guy when prosecutors informed them they would not negotiate a plea deal. Three of the five students read statements before the...
Posted: Mon Jun 29, 2015 4:21PM
image Rev. Jeremiah King founder of the African Baptist Church, Stockton, California 120_photo__24_.jpg original image ( 2048x1536) - by khubaka, michael harris
The founder of the African Baptist Church of Stockton final resting place found within Block 27-Stockton Rural Cemetery along with many of the earliest pioneers of African ancestry, both those formally born enslaved and free. During our Sesquicentennial Celebrations of Freedom, together we will end the separate and unequal treatment within Stockton Rural Cemetery and begin to officially identify, document and preserve the contributions by people of African ancestry as part of the broader eff...
Posted: Sun Jun 28, 2015 12:43PM
image Richmond Community Takes the Streets for Richard “Pedie” Perez 120_untitled.jpg original image ( 198x251) - by FireWorks
Saturday, June 27, a spirited group of friends, family, and supporters of Richard "Pedie" Perez, killed by Richmond police in September of 2014, took the streets of the Downtown. The diverse group chanted, held signs, and distributed flyers. The march, which followed a rally outside of the Richmond BART station, came after a recent decision by the District Attorney which ruled the police killing of Perez was justifiable. Rich Perez, Pedie's father, stated in the local media: “All of our wit...
Posted: Sun Jun 28, 2015 11:00AM
calendar A Free Class on the US form of fascism - by Steve Martinot
The Bay Area Public School at the Omni 4799 Shattuck Ave. Oakland
Event Date:Mon Jul 6, 2015 6:30PM
Posted: Sun Jun 28, 2015 9:26AM
text The Question of a US form of fascism - by Steve Martinot
In recent years, the term "fascism" is heard more and more. With the growing epidemic of police killings, mostly of people of color, with the intentional maintenance and growth of the largest prison system in the world (with practically a political guarantee of recidivism), with police making lethal demands for obedience, with the increasing corporate technological destruction of land and oceans, and with the constant obsessions with war (a misnomer for massacre from a distance), the term "fa...
Posted: Sun Jun 28, 2015 9:14AM
image Ignoring the real roots of American violence 120_shrine_at_emanuel_ame_church-a.jpg original image ( 330x236) - by Danny Katch, Socialist Worker
Danny Katch considers the arguments put forward by liberal figures whose first response to the Charleston mass murders was to talk about the need for gun control.
Posted: Fri Jun 26, 2015 10:26PM
image Racial inequality persists in Berkeley schools graduation rates 120_17712385414_acb30d4273_z_1.jpg original image ( 640x427) - by Rasheed Shabazz
School officials boast that Berkeley High graduation rates have gone up, yet racial inequality still exists and persists. Black graduation rates have increased over the past five years at Berkeley High, but the number of total students is declining. Also, fewer students are graduating from Berkeley Technology Academy, a continuation school in South Berkeley attended primarily by students of color.
Posted: Fri Jun 26, 2015 7:53PM
text Tarasha Benjamin, 5 years later, what now for the missing Selma girl? - by Amy Shultz
" You just don't label something a cold case...when you haven't investigated a damn thing." he continues.
Posted: Fri Jun 26, 2015 2:01PM
image Choosing Sides: From Olympia to Charleston 120_tumblr_nq99quy5zn1sg2exvo3_1280-980x600.jpg original image ( 980x600) - by IGD!
White supremacy is a fundamental aspect of American class society. When ruptures happen in this system, people take sides as the war is made more clear.
Posted: Thu Jun 25, 2015 10:31PM
text This Saturday (6/27) is National "Burn The Confederate Flag" Day - by #FeelTheBurn #TakeItDown
The Confederate flag is the flag of racism, and it flew high as a young, angry, ignorant white man murdered 9 innocent African Americans. Fortunately, our First Amendment right gives us the power of free speech that will allow us to display our feelings by burning the flag of slavery from sea to shining sea.
Posted: Thu Jun 25, 2015 7:10PM
text Facebook, financier of the First Black U.S. President, only hired 7 Black People!!!!!! - by Patricia Lu
Facebook, financier of the First Black U.S. President, only hired 7 Black People, despite giving a diversity pledge. Frat-House Valley loves the Whiteness. - Facebook only hired seven black people in 2013, latest diversity report says - Company’s annual diversity report shows majority of staff are still white - All white, all male, Silicon Valley Cartel seems to hate the blacks and the women - Facebook and Silicon Valley liedabout embracing diversity & womens rights - Silicon Valley V...
Posted: Thu Jun 25, 2015 6:11PM
image Healing Our Wounds: Restorative Justice Needed For Albert Woodfox, The BPP, And The Nation 120_albertquote-ai.jpg original image ( 806x1008) - by Angola 3 News
On Monday, June 8, 2015, US District Court Judge James Brady ruled that the Angola 3's Albert Woodfox be both immediately released and barred from a retrial. Among those who communicated with Albert during that emotional week was Southern University Law Professor Angela A. Allen-Bell. In the days following Judge Brady's ruling, she was a featured guest on several television and radio shows that focused on Albert's case, including National Public Radio. In this interview with Angola 3 News, Pr...
Posted: Thu Jun 25, 2015 5:16PM
calendar Outrage in Charleston – We Say No More! 120_cie514yusaa55kk.jpg original image ( 568x437) - by Bay Area Stop Mass Incarceration Network
POWELL AND MARKET, SAN FRANCISCO
Event Date:Fri Jun 26, 2015 3:30PM
Posted: Thu Jun 25, 2015 2:57PM
image UCSC Highway Six Back in Court June 29 & 30 120_ucsc-highway-6-may-14-2015-8.jpg original image ( 1000x668) - by Alex Darocy
The six UCSC students charged in association with the March 3 blockade of Highway 17, where it meets Highway 1 in Santa Cruz, will be back in court on June 29 and June 30. On June 29 at 10:00am, there will be a hearing in Santa Cruz County Superior Court to finalize their sentence, and on June 30 at 1:30pm there will be a restitution hearing.
Posted: Wed Jun 24, 2015 6:30PM
audio Interview with Lydia Y. Nichols on upcoming documentary Katrina Babies (audio/mpeg 75.1MB) - by WTUL News & Views
Gahiji Barrow interviews Lydia Y. Nichols about the upcoming documentary Katrina Babies that looks at the experience of children who survived the storm. This conversation includes discussion about trauma, racism and what it means to be young black and from New Orleans and have lived through Katrina and how those lasting impacts are being felt.
Posted: Wed Jun 24, 2015 7:38AM
image Santa Cruz Supports Statewide Coordinated Actions To End Solitary Confinement 120_end-solitary-confinement_5_sin-barras_6-23-15.jpg original image ( 1000x750) - by Bradley Allen
Over 14,000 people in California prisons, and 80,000 in the United States on any given day, are kept alone in steel and concrete cells the size of a parking space, with no fresh air or sunlight, for years and decades, some over 40 years. Many more are in solitary confinement in jails, juvenile facilities, and detention centers. Activists gathered on June 23 outside the Santa Cruz Post Office to expose and end the torture of solitary confinement in all lock-ups, in Santa Cruz County, statewide...
Posted: Wed Jun 24, 2015 12:56AM
calendar “We Are Not Charlie Hebdo” Book Tour Stop - by
Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists’ Hall 1924 Cedar (@Bonita), Berkeley www.bfuu.org
Event Date:Sat Jul 25, 2015 1:00PM
Posted: Mon Jun 22, 2015 9:01PM

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